Laura Maginley Assoc. News Editor That time of year has arrived again when Miss Millersville seeks contestants for the upcoming year. This year’s event, which will be held on March 6, is looking for girls . . .
Danielle Kreider News Editor A lion, a tiger and the Philly Phanatic…oh yes, these were just a few of the characters present at the Millersville Community Parade held on October 13. This was the 16th . . .
Cat Ardes Opinion Writer With the presidential election just a little over two weeks away we can see that each candidate is squeezing in every bit of campaigning strategy while they can. We are constantly . . .
Brandon Lesko Assist. Opinion Editor Governor Romney’s recent comments generalizing 47% of Americans as irresponsible leaches dependent on the government for existence may be old news to some. Others may not even know what I’m . . .
Sam Dutton Opinion Editor With the election in full swing, I’ve rehung the Obama for president signs, and rescued the “Obama Mama” t-shirt from the depths of my closet. I’ve listened to debates, watched interviews, . . .
Kayla Forgrave Features Writer Henry Rollins once said, “I believe that one defines oneself by reinvention. To not be like your parents. To not be like your friends. To be yourself.” Fall is positively a . . .
Aaron Sanders Staff Writer We’ve all seen them before: the melancholy political ads disavowing another candidates’ agenda or perhaps the candidate themselves. The frequency of these negative campaigns are increasing as we head into the . . .
Kayla Forgrave Features Writer Coco Chanel once said, “Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman.” These few words of advice from one of the most elegant and meaningful . . .
Sam Dutton Opinion Editor If Mitt Romney were a woman he would see the importance of women achieving equality in the work field. Yet equal work for equal pay under the potential Paycheck Fairness Act . . .